AT&T (NYSE: T) has won a potential 10-year, $78 million contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency to provide voice internet services to several unified combatant commands outside the continental U.S.
The Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois is the contracting activity and received two offers for the single-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, according to an award notice published Thursday.
The firm-fixed-price IDIQ contract has a base term of six years and four one-year options and includes telephony and session initiation protocol trunking services in support of U.S. Central Command, Africa Command, Indo-Pacific Command, European Command and Hawaii regions.
Work will kick off on Feb. 14 and will be carried out at the contractor’s facilities in Oakton, Virginia, and at various OCONUS locations. The performance period could run through Feb. 13, 2032, if all options are exercised under the contract, which has a guaranteed minimum amount of $500.
In December, AT&T secured a potential $304 million DISA contract to deliver voice internet services to U.S. Southern Command and U.S. Northern Command.